Episode 9 - How You Can Compete in a Film Fest From Your Home with TJ Karam and Landon Smith
In The Mud
TJ Karam and Landon Smith join us in the mud talking about The Film Race and Home Edition and how you can compete in a film festival from home. Please join us this week in supporting black-owned businesses by going to https://linktr.ee/blackpeopleeats and searching for your favorite food business here in Chicago. If you're unable to support those businesses, please consider donating at https://secure.actblue.com/donate/ab_mn or https://www.assatasdaughters.org/ In the Mud and Pink Hippo Productions is in full support of #BlackLivesMatter.
Dillon is joined by Landon Smith this week to discuss iconic Reese Witherspoon moments, iconic RomCom cast lists, iconic line readings, his iconic appearance on Cash Cab, and an iconic film for our time, The Devil Wears Prada.Instagram:@firstname.lastname@example.org@landonscottsmith
In this episode, we talk about how to train and work right even when the job gets monotonous. Landon shares with us his journey from college and how he got into fitness. He tells us about his early days as a coach and how he learned from his mistakes. How he was open to feedback and how that helped overcome challenges.We delve deeper into professional behavior on and off the floor. How to relate to your clients in a friendly manner while still showing them respect without sounding too formal. We then talk about fighting the imposter syndrome that often creeps in. You are well qualified for your job but still feel inadequate at times especially when you are dealing with people much older than you. This is not a bad thing as it forces you to work even harder and improve your skills.Finally, we talk about the perceived glass feeling we feel we have hit when we do the same job for a long time. Landon opines that self-reflection and self-evaluation is how to overcome this feeling. There is no ceiling to improving our skills. That way, when an opportunity arises we are well-prepared to handle it just as Landon has the amazing opportunity to expand Alloy to the Charlotte market. Stay tuned for more.Key TakeawaysHow to train and work right even when it gets monotonous 0:54Professional behavior at work: showing utmost respect 9:45Appropriate communication on and off the floor 10:21How to talk too older people than you in a friendly manner 10:50Fighting the feeling like you are not good enough, the imposter syndrome 11:25How to stay motivated while working in a monotonous system 15:44Having the mindset of looking at challenges as opportunities 16:51Constant self-reflection and self-evaluation in your professional career 32:20Additional Resources:www.AlloyPersonalTraining.comLearn About The Alloy Franchise Opportunity---------You can find the podcast on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts.If you haven’t already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!
#16 - MARK LANDON SMITH : Agent, Playwright, Producer
Talkin’ Bout w/ A.T.
Mark Landon Smith is a Producer, Casting Director, Playwright, Actor & Head Director for Arts Live Theatre in Northwest Arkansas. Mark & A.T. talk about how big the filming scene is getting in NWA, the process of producing a film, Mark's boutique agency: Actors Casting Agency, advice for actors, how much social media plays into getting cast, creating your own content and so much more. Mark mentions advice for filmmakers from Ryan & Jennica Shwartzman which can be found HERE Watch this conversation on YouTube For further inquiries with Mark go to his WEBSITE A.T. is on the web: Website Instagram Twitter --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/talkinbout/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/talkinbout/support
"Horror and Media Episode (?)" Feat. Justin (Craptacular) and Landon Smith
The Gory Details Horror Show
In the thirteenth episode of the podcast, Casey is joined by Justin from The Craptacular Review and Landon Smith to discuss horror's relationship with media, which is a thinly veiled excuse for Casey to ramble about Google Cardboard. There's also some squabbling and stuff. Give it a listen. Yeah, you.